Cabaret

Pre-Broadway Revival Tour (1987)

Production Info

Opening February 26, 1987
Closing: October 3, 1987
Length of Run: not listed yet
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: Tour

Credits Highlights

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Director
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Dances and Cabaret Numbers (Staging)

Cast

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Master of Ceremonies
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Clifford Bradshaw
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Ernst Ludwig
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Customs Officer
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Fraulein Schneider
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Fraulein Kost
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Herr Schultz
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Sally Bowles
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Two Ladies
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Bobby

Musical Numbers

Act One

  • Wilkommen .... Emcee and Company
  • So What? .... Fraulein Schneider
  • Don't Tell Mama .... Sally and Girls
  • Telephone Song .... The Company
  • Perfectly Marvelous .... Sally and Cliff
  • Two Ladies .... Emcee and Two Ladies
  • It Couldn't Please Me More .... Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz
  • Tomorrow Belongs to Me .... Emcee and Waiters
  • Don't Go .... Cliff
  • The Money Song .... Emcee and Cabaret Girls
  • Married .... Fraulein Schneider and Herr Schultz
  • Tomorrow Belongs to Me (Reprise) .... Fraulein Kost, Ernst and Guests

Act Two

  • [Entr'acte .... Girl Orchestra]
  • If You Could See Her .... Emcee and Girls
  • If You Could See Her (Reprise) .... Emcee and Bobby
  • What Would You Do? .... Fraulein Schneider
  • I Don't Care Much .... Emcee
  • Cabaret .... Sally
  • Finale .... Cliff, Sally, Fraulein Schneider, Emcee and Company

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Trivia & History

Our credits and our list of musical numbers are based primarily on what was in the playbill for the opening run of this tour, at the Playhouse in Wilmington. It may be that some adjustments and additions were made as the tour continued that brought it closer to how people were credited and what musical numbers were listed in the playbill when the production opened on Broadway. We have made, however, made a few adjustments. We have added the "If I Could See Her" reprise to the list of musical numbers (since this is such an important number and it is where the song is truly first heard, despite it being listed as a reprise), and it was in the tour from that first engagement. It was surely an error that it was left out of the list of musical numbers. Also, we have included David Baker and Ronald Melrose's important credits for dance arrangements, with the note by their names that they were uncredited. In the Broadway playbill, they were credited among the additional credits after the Who's Who. In Wilmington, they were not credited at all. 

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Production Info

Opening February 26, 1987
Closing: October 3, 1987
Length of Run: not listed yet
Run Type: Open-ended

Location Info

Market: Tour

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